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Advanced Systems, Inc. www.asiowa.com | 1-800-274-2047
You have two options when you need a new multifunction printer (a copier): buy one or lease one
and pay by the copy. Buying a copier is easy. Keeping it running . . . not as easy.
Here’s a comparison of all of the moving parts required to keep your equipment running smoothly
via a pay-by-the-page contract with us on the left and the DIY approach on the right.
To your door
or left in the
parking lot.And we suggest optimal placement
for ease of use and access.
technician will explain and illustrate
how to use the most common
Networking and Admin
If more than one person will use the
device, it needs to be added to your
network and you’ll need to set up
administrative rights, particularly if you’re
in a regulated industry. You or your IT staff.
Can be included in the
contract. Or we can perform
or your IT staff.
rag, and a
begin at $150 to
show up at your
door.Then there will be
charges for parts and labor, plus the
time it takes to order parts and THEN
come back to repair (during which you’re
copier will be less than 100% functional or totally
Most repairs are
With a monthly duty cycle of 110,000
pages, you will need 4 cartridges/month
to print black and white if you use the
equipment to capacity.
to you as
one option. You could
also take time out of your busy day to
take it to the local recycling center (you
should recycle). Plus, don’t forget to
wipe the memory to eliminate a risk of
your MFP’s hard drive becoming a
security or regulatory issue.
OK, you have to buy
your own either way.
Control Your Printing Costs.
Download MPS 101 to Learn How.
Included as part of your monthly contract.
or a monthly fee – with interest if you finance it.
DO IT YOURSELF
The MSRP for the imageRUNNER C3170 is
$8,900 (that’s the basic model, there are additional
models with more functionality available).
Depending on the equipment, you could
have to assemble drawers and other parts of
the MFP, just like that college furniture you
bought from Wal-Mart years ago.
Explain Features & Uses
MPFs do more than print and copy 8 ½ by
11 inch pieces of paper.
Our example device is straightforward;
but the more functions an MFP can
perform, the more you should consider
training your staff to use the equipment
beyond the “copy” button.
We Do It.
We Do It.
We Do It.
We Do It.
We Do It.
detail than IKEA
You or your IT staff.
Estimated yield is 23,000 pages for black
and white and 8,500 for color.
(Black: 59.95, Cyan/Magenta/Yellow: $99.95/each)
It’s technology and glitches will happen.
Regular cleaning and maintenance extends
the life of your equipment and reduces the
need for repairs.
Installation to Desktop
System (if required)
MFPs combine many moving parts and
software. As with any machinery, moving
parts eventually will break. Repairs are
Paper and Staples
We encourage the use of high-quality
paper, not the cheapest paper you can find.
You’ll experience fewer paper jams and
Eventually, you will need to replace your
copier. How do you get rid of it?
We pick up, refurbish
and resell or dispose of
the MFP, and ensure that
the hard drive is left with you
or digitally shredded.
*Cartridge prices from www.precisionroller.com
What is paying by the page?
It’s a way to outsource your print and copier needs. You eliminate
the hassle of buying your own devices, improve the quality of your
output, and save costs with a fixed rate.
PAY BY THE PAGE
Why Paying By the Page Saves You Time – and Money.
Call us at 800.274.2047
or click here to email us.
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